Another Perfect Ten!

March 15th, 2016
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Congrats to Susan Adrian, whose debut TUNNEL VISION (St. Martins, January 2015) was named to VOYA’s list of 2015 Perfect Tens. About the list: With over 1,000 reviews in VOYA in print in 2015, our reviewers awarded only 40 titles (four percent) the Perfect Ten: A 5Q for quality (hard to imagine it better written) […]

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Great news round-up!

February 23rd, 2016

There’s been a flurry of great news happening behind the scenes here, and it’s almost too much to post about individually, so I hope you’ll forgive the round-up! First of all, congratulations to Amy Spalding, who is publishing a digital short with Little Brown’s NOVL imprint entitled LOVE AND MUSIC (AND MISSING TED CALLAHAN), a […]

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A Love Story with Susan Adrian

February 4th, 2016
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For today’s Peace Love Books piece, I’m thrilled to share a true love story from client Susan Adrian, author of Tunnel Vision, and the forthcoming Nutcracked and The Dark at the End. The year I met my husband didn’t start out so well. I’d been having a rough time. I’d graduated with an English degree […]

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Year End Good News Edition, Part One!

December 2nd, 2015
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I have a feeling there’ll be end more of these, so I’m thinking optimistically, and calling this part one! First of all, congratulations to A.L. Sonnichsen, whose debut Red Butterfly was selected as one of Kirkus Reviews‘ Best Middle Grade Books of 2015! And thanks to the teen reviewers of TeenReads, who selected Tunnel Vision […]

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Should You Shut Up or Put Up?

April 21st, 2015

There’s been a lot of discussion lately online and elsewhere that the only useful thing an author can do after the release of their book, particularly their first book, is shut up and work on the next one. A lot of this conversation centered around author Delilah Dawson’s post entitled Please shut up: Why self-promotion […]

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